In printing terminology, duotone is a halftone picture that is composed of two printed colors.
(doo´pleks-er) (n.) A component of a printer that allows for both sides of a page to be printed at the same time. The duplexer typically comes as an add-on accessory to a printer and attaches to the printer to allow for double-sided simultaneous printing. A printer with a duplexer installed often is referred to as […]
- duty cycle
(1) In print and copy terminology, duty cycle refers to the number of copies or prints that the device can reliably produce on a monthly basis. Exceeding the duty cycle number on a regular basis can lead to equipment malfunctions and breakdowns over time. Alternatively, not printing or copying in numbers close to the duty […]
Refers to actions that take place at the moment they are needed rather than in advance. For example, many programs perform dynamic memory allocation, which means that they do not reserve memory ahead of time, but seize sections of memory when needed. In general, such programs require less memory, although they may run a little […]
- dynamic DNS
Short for dynamic Domain Name System, a method of keeping a domain name linked to a changing IP address as not all computers use static IP addresses. Typically, when a user connects to the Internet, the user’s ISP assigns an unused IP address from a pool of IP addresses, and this address is used only […]
- dynamic Domain Name System
See dynamic DNS.